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Interview: Huber.koelliker

Art, Interviews | February 26, 2015 |

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Interview: Huber.Koelliker

Luca Curci talks with artists duo Huber.Koelliker during Hidden Rooms exhibition in Venice on November 2014.

Huber.Koelliker, Sabine Huber & Fido Koelliker, are two Swiss visual artists, who met eachother 25 years ago at the art school. They have been realizing together video art projects since than.

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Luca Curci – Your work was exhibited during Hidden Rooms exhibition in Venice on November 2014: can you talk about your personal experience in Venice with International ArtExpo?

Huber.Koelliker – It is the first time the Swiss art duo huber.koelliker is on an international platform and we are very proud of it. Our Project “Le chevreuil courant aux oreilles de lapin” was unfortunatly not sponsored by anyone. So we could not be present at Venice.

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L. C. – Can you talk about the artwork you presented in Venice? How is it linked with the festival’s theme?

H. K. – On first sight, you notice a simple narrative story about a woman playing saxophone and a hunter who is shooting. The hidden identity is the archetypical meaning of acting like a woman or a man. This hidden story can be told and discussed in many different ways and everytime being told or discussed it also shows the hidden indentity of the one speaking about.

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L. C. – What are you currently working on?

H. K. – We are working on “raging water”, a project in Swiss mountains. It will mix up recordings of saxophone improvisations and filmed sequences of mountain waters. An edition of computer modified prints will accomplish the work.

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L. C. – What is art for you?

H. K. – Another reality which helps us to reach a better future of mankind.

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L. C. – What do you think about International ArtExpo organization?

H. K. – It’s an interesting experience which gives the possibility to engage a network with artists all over the world.

L. C. – Do you think International ArtExpo organization can represent an opportunity for artists?

H. K. – Sure it can!

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